CCL17 in Inflammation and Pain
Kevin M-C Lee, Andrew Jarnicki, Adrian Achuthan, Andrew J Fleetwood, Gary P Anderson, Christian Ellson, Maria Feeney, Louise K Modis, Julia E Smith, John A Hamilton, Andrew Cook
JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY | AMER ASSOC IMMUNOLOGISTS | Published : 2020
It has been reported that a GM-CSF→CCL17 pathway, originally identified in vitro in macrophage lineage populations, is implicated in the control of inflammatory pain, as well as arthritic pain and disease. We explore, in this study and in various inflammation models, the cellular CCL17 expression and its GM-CSF dependence as well as the function of CCL17 in inflammation and pain. This study used models allowing the convenient cell isolation from Ccl17E/+ reporter mice; it also exploited both CCL17-dependent and unique CCL17-driven inflammatory pain and arthritis models, the latter permitting a radiation chimera approach to help identify the CCL17 responding cell type(s) and the mediators dow..View full abstract
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia
This work was supported by a grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (1085240) to J.A.H. and A.C.